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Special Event for CONTACT Photography Festival

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Featu re Exhibition:

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Please join us on Tuesday April 29\, from 5-7pm to c elebrate the opening of André\;s Marroquí\;n Winkelmann's exhib ition\, "Colectivo &\; Paisajes Diversos."

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Latin-American modern ity is a hybrid: urban and rural identities are influenced by technological and economic impacts from developed countries\, mostly without much knowle dge of them. From this arise seemingly strange adaptations.

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America n cars from the 1970s have traditionally been celebrated for their connotat ions of freedom and are one of the most iconic symbols of Western cultural values. However\, in regions of Peru and many other Latin-American countrie s\, these cars have been given a completely different role: they are used a s an unofficial means of public transportation\, traveling through villages and towns where most buses prefer not to stop. Once the cars are full of f ares they travel the long distances between villages\, making public the pr ivate space of the car interior.

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Marroquí\;n deals not with h istory of these cars\, nor with that of their passengers. Instead\, he exam ines this cultural adaptation as a localized interpretation of modernity ra ther than a failure or misunderstanding of it. Marroquí\;n focuses on interaction and behavior\, the ways in which individuals understand and re act to others while comprehending social environments\, often molding objec ts to new uses in order to do so. Through his photographs\, he invites us t o join him in an exploration of the relationship between culture and modern ity in South America.

DTEND:20140630 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140429 GEO:43.6503762;-79.358817 LOCATION:Corkin Gallery\,7 Tank House Lane \nToronto\, Ontario M5A 3C4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Opening Reception: Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann "Colectivo & Paisaje s Diversos"\, Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann UID:333470 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140429T190000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140429T170000 GEO:43.6503762;-79.358817 LOCATION:Corkin Gallery\,7 Tank House Lane \nToronto\, Ontario M5A 3C4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Opening Reception: Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann "Colectivo & Paisaje s Diversos"\, Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann UID:333471 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

A selection of photographic ob jects from the private collection of Maia-Mari Sutnik\, curator of photogra phy \;and special projects at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). This ex hibition\, its accompanying publication and digital component are conceived by second-year students in the film and photography preservation and colle ctions management master of arts program at Ryerson University. Generously supported by the Howard and Carole Tanenbaum Family Foundation.

DTEND:20140601 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.6577458;-79.3792455 LOCATION:RYERSON IMAGE CENTRE\,33 GOULD STREET \nTORONTO\, ONTARIO SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curious Anarchy UID:333385 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140501T180000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501T110000 GEO:43.6577458;-79.3792455 LOCATION:RYERSON IMAGE CENTRE\,33 GOULD STREET \nTORONTO\, ONTARIO SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curious Anarchy UID:333386 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

On the Salah J. Bachir New Med ia Wall\, acclaimed Canadian media artists Aleesa Cohene and Benny Neme rofsky Ramsay\, present the latest instalment of an ongoing collaborat ive project. The Same Problem 5 explores questions of the ego and memory within a reconstruction of deeply felt media experiences. This exhib ition is a Public Installation during the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Fe stival and part of WorldPride 2014 Toronto.

DTEND:20140601 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.6577458;-79.3792455 LOCATION:RYERSON IMAGE CENTRE\,33 GOULD STREET \nTORONTO\, ONTARIO SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Same Problem Five\, Aleesa Cohene\, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay UID:333383 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140501T200000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501T180000 GEO:43.6577458;-79.3792455 LOCATION:RYERSON IMAGE CENTRE\,33 GOULD STREET \nTORONTO\, ONTARIO SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Same Problem Five\, Aleesa Cohene\, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay UID:333384 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140518 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140503 GEO:43.6678007;-79.3856082 LOCATION:Roberts Gallery\,641 Yonge Street \nToronto\, Ontario M4Y 1Z9 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Provence\, Claude A. Simard UID:333180 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140503T200000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140503T180000 GEO:43.6678007;-79.3856082 LOCATION:Roberts Gallery\,641 Yonge Street \nToronto\, Ontario M4Y 1Z9 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Provence\, Claude A. Simard UID:333181 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Just in time (or hanging by a thread) follows Singer&rsquo\;s ongoing exploration of the cultural nuances and sculptural qualities of everyday language. The installation features 2 4 hourglasses\, a metronome\, and a blue neon text reading: "so I watched h im take his last breath and I was relieved. I needed the certainty that he was gone". Placed alongside signifiers of the demarcation of time\, this en igmatic passage about loss functions as both text and object.

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Singer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual Arts\, and the former Graduate Program Director in visual arts a t York University. Her community activities have included board membership on the Toronto Arts Council\, C Magazine and the Koffler Centre for the Art s. Recent exhibitions include The Game of Life\;1 step forward\, 10 steps b ackwards\, art sourterrain and Nuit Blanche Montreal\; jst wrds at the Camb ridge Galleries\; and I do\, I undo\, I redo\, at Critical Mass\, Port Hope .

DTEND:20140518 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:43.6493547;-79.424989 LOCATION:loop Gallery\,1273 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, ON M6J 1X8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Just in time (or hanging by a thread)\, Yvonne Singer UID:333179 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140422T170000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140422T140000 GEO:43.6493547;-79.424989 LOCATION:loop Gallery\,1273 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, ON M6J 1X8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Just in time (or hanging by a thread)\, Yvonne Singer UID:333382 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Colour Complex debuts new abst ract paintings which build on Clark&rsquo\;s longstanding fascination with colour harmonics\, composition\, and the formal elements of painting. These large and vital paintings transform varied representational references int o amorphous puzzle pieces squeezed together and fine-tuned to produce paint ings that are simultaneously tense and harmonious.

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Clark was born\, lives and works in Toronto. She was included in the exhibitions Art School {Dismissed} curated by Heather Nicol\; and T he C Word\, curated by Richard Mongiat. She was a founding member of loop G allery\, and has also been represented in Toronto by XEXE Gallery/KWT Conte mporary. Her work was granted a retrospective exhibit at the Cambridge Gall eries in Preston\, and was also selected for inclusion in the 2008 Magenta publication Carte Blanche Vol. 2: Painting

DTEND:20140518 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:43.6493547;-79.424989 LOCATION:loop Gallery\,1273 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, ON M6J 1X8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Colour Complex\, Moira Clark UID:333178 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140426T170000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140426T140000 GEO:43.6493547;-79.424989 LOCATION:loop Gallery\,1273 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, ON M6J 1X8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Colour Complex\, Moira Clark UID:333381 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Portraits is a solo e xhibition of Wyn Geleynse&rsquo\;s recent multi-media and video work. As pa rt of an ongoing investigation of personality through creative forms of doc umentation\, this body of work comprises several &lsquo\;portrait installat ions&rsquo\;. Each installation is a filmic rendering of an individual reco unting a story\, which is then projected onto a meticulously crafted dioram a\, morphing the two-dimensional medium of projection into a three-dimensio nal sculptural installation.

Central to the conceptual underpinn ings of these &lsquo\;portrait installations&rsquo\; is Geleynse&rsquo\;s s ustained interest and engagement with idiosyncrasy. A series of raconteurs regale the viewer with personal narratives\, undirected by Geleynse who\, i n creating these portraits\, acts more as a passive observer than an orches trating director.

The agency that each of Geleynse&rsquo\;s sitt ers enjoys is reflected in the ease with which their stories unfold. Accent uated by the diorama\, the narratives take commonplace and largely unremark able domestic spaces as their settings\; they are animated by the content o f the stories rather than a sensational situation.

Portraits is a technically novel exhibition that provokes compelling conceptual reconsiderations of the limits of traditional portraiture. Here\, the sitt ers are afforded agency by telling their stories visually through their per son\, resisting the subject passivity typified by portraiture.

DTEND:20140531 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.6694701;-79.460298 LOCATION:Katzman Contemporary\,86 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 1C8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Portraits\, Wyn Geleynse UID:333176 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140501T203000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501T180000 GEO:43.6694701;-79.460298 LOCATION:Katzman Contemporary\,86 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 1C8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Portraits\, Wyn Geleynse UID:333177 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Beneath the Tranquility will exhibit the works of two prominent Israeli photographers\, Deganit Berest and Shai Kremer. Berest confronts the schism between today&rsquo\;s reality and its parallel\, the digital world\, expl oring liminal states of consciousness. Kremer&rsquo\;s celebrated World Tra de Center Concrete Abstracts (WTC) are spectacular works that further probe the liminal state between destruction and reconstruction. The common theme s of death and rebirth\, and tranquility and chaos emerge in their abstract renderings.

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DTEND:20140608 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.650375;-79.3613439 LOCATION:Julie M. Gallery Toronto\,15 Mill Street \nToronto \, Ontario M5 A 3R6 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Beneath the Tranquility\, Deganit Berest\, Shai Kremer UID:333175 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Jessica Bradley Gallery is ple ased to present celebrated Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton&rsquo\;s fir st solo exhibition with the gallery. A photography graduate from Vancouver& rsquo\;s Emily Carr University who now resides in Montreal\, Eaton has quic kly risen to international prominence. Her work was recently lauded in The Guardian as &ldquo\;a dramatically beautiful response to the ongoi ng debate about \;photography&rsquo\;s meaning in our age of relentless digital distraction.&rdquo\;

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Jessica Eaton uses analogue techniques often dating from the earl y years of photography to explore the elemental properties of the medium. S he is renowned for her richly hued geometric compositions\, which she descr ibes as &ldquo\;photographs I wasn&rsquo\;t able to see before they existed .&rdquo\; Though her works are often mistaken for digital manipulations\, h er colour palette is produced entirely within the camera using filters and multiple exposures. While these optical effects appear to be entirely abstr act\, they result from an elaborate process of transforming her subjects in to pure evocations of light. Interested in how a camera and the light sensi tive matter of film can be used to &ldquo\;see&rdquo\; beyond what is possi ble within human vision\, Eaton has taken her experimentation with colour a nd light to new levels of intensity and complexity in her most recent works .

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Jessica Eaton has had solo exhibiti ons at The Photographers&rsquo\; Gallery\, The Hospital Club\, London (2014 )\; Hyè\;res International Festival of Fashion and Photography\, Fran ce (2013)\; California Museum of Photography\, Riverside (2013)\; M+B Galle ry\, Los Angeles (2012)\, Higher Pictures\, New York (2011)\, and Red Bull 381 Projects\, Toronto (2011). Her work has been included in group exhibiti ons at the Dunlop Art Gallery\, Regina (2014)\; Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gall ery (2013)\; Museum of Fine Arts\, St. Petersburg\, Florida (2013) and Pres entation House Gallery\, Vancouver (2012)\, as well as the Daegu Photograph y Biennale\, South Korea (2012) and the Quebec Triennial\, Musé\;e d& rsquo\;art contemporain de Montré\;al (2011). Eaton was the recipient of the 2012 Grand Prix du Jury for the Hyè\;res Fashion and Photogra phy Festival and the 2011 Foam Talent Award  \;(Amsterdam).

DTEND:20140531 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.6691322;-79.4602507 LOCATION:Jessica Bradley Gallery\,74 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 2Z8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Works \, Jessica Eaton UID:333173 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140501T203000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501T183000 GEO:43.6691322;-79.4602507 LOCATION:Jessica Bradley Gallery\,74 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 2Z8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Works \, Jessica Eaton UID:333174 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

From &ldquo\;Wabi-Sabi&rdquo\; to &ldquo\;kawaii&rdquo\;\, the very Japanese aesthetic concepts are mergi ng modernity with enduring traditions\, and as a result\, are gaining wides pread recognition all over the world. Focusing on and introducing two terms : Wabi-Sabi and Kawaii \, Ms. Fukai will try to make clear the properties in Japanese Culture and Art\, both of which appear in contemporary Japanese fashion\, one of the element of Cool Japan\, in the context of their profo und relation to traditional aesthetic values.

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About the speaker: Akiko Fukai is a leading fashi on historian of Japan and has been Associate Professor of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Kyoto)\, Professor of Shizuoka Unive rsity of Art and Culture\, and a lecturer at the University of Tokyo and Ri kkyo University. Her curatorial achievements include several major internat ional exhibitions such as Revolution in Fashion\, Fashion in Colors\, Luxur y in Fashion Reconsidered\, and Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion .

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She is the author and editor of man y books including Japonism in Fashion (Heibonsha\, 1994)\, Fas hion (Taschen\, 2002)\, The Century of Fashion (Heibonsha\, 2 005)\, and Reading Fashion from Pictures (PHP Institute\, 2009). F ukai has also been the recipient of a special prize awarded by the Academy of Japonism in Japan (2000)\, an honorable doctorate degree of the National University of Ochanomizu (2004)\, and a Commissioner for Cultural Affairs Award\, Japan (2008).

DTEND:20140423T203000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140423T183000 GEO:43.6688698;-79.3926831 LOCATION:Japan Foundation\,131 Bloor Street West Suite 213 \nToronto\, Onta rio M5S 1R1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:From Wabi-Sabi to Kawaii? A Talk by Fashion Historian Akiko Fukai UID:333172 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

I have been inspired by th e tones and textures found in the ice\; they are forms that are familiar\, nostalgic and meaningful... -Ryan Dineen

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Based in Toronto\, Ryan Dineen has been exhibiting professionally since 2007 in Canada\, as well as in the United States. Dineen has been in studio for the greater part of the last year working on the new pieces for his first solo exhibition with Ingram Gallery. \; Accomplished and focu sed\, Dineen is mindful of what it takes to make great work. \; His abi lity to render unique compositions and subject matter in a fluid manner has many anticipating what awaits us next month.

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DTEND:20140524 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140508 GEO:43.6708049;-79.3948546 LOCATION:Ingram Gallery\,49 Avenue Road \nToronto\, Ontario M5R 2G3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Reflection \, Ryan Dineen UID:333170 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140508T200000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140508T180000 GEO:43.6708049;-79.3948546 LOCATION:Ingram Gallery\,49 Avenue Road \nToronto\, Ontario M5R 2G3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Reflection \, Ryan Dineen UID:333171 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Opening May 3rd 1-5pm\, see wo rks by Canada's own Renaissance man\, featuring a talk by John Brooker\, gr andson of Bertram Brooker at 2pm

DTEND:20140531 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140503 GEO:43.6706342;-79.3941861 LOCATION:Gallery Gevik\,12 Hazelton Avenue \nToronto\, Ontario M5R 2E2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Bertram Brooker (1888-1955): A Creative Force\, Bertram Booker UID:333168 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140503T170000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140503T130000 GEO:43.6706342;-79.3941861 LOCATION:Gallery Gevik\,12 Hazelton Avenue \nToronto\, Ontario M5R 2E2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Bertram Brooker (1888-1955): A Creative Force\, Bertram Booker UID:333169 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The daughter of renowned artis t Pitseolak Ashoona and mother of the Sobey Art Award winner Annie Pootoogo ok\, Napachie Pootoogook bridged the early and later generations of artists from Cape Dorset. In her later life she created drawings which moved away from the usual portrayal of traditional Inuit life favoured by first genera tion artists to reveal the darker side of traditional life. This powerful a nd provocative series\, drawn in Pootoogook&rsquo\;s characteristic monochr ome drawings led the way for the younger generation to tackle social issues in their work.

DTEND:20140524 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140503 GEO:43.6504344;-79.3703935 LOCATION:Feheley Fine Arts - Contemporary Inuit Art Gallery\,65 George Stre et \nToronto\, Ontario M5A 4L8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Napachie Pootoogook UID:333167 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Heated Tensions \ ;interprets the dynamics &ndash\; strain\, friction\, attraction\, and oppo sition &ndash\; between different forces\, and the physical and psychologic al spaces that contain them. The exhibition examines phenomena that relate to cultural identity\, mind and body\, relationships\, environmentalism and gender politics. Heated Tensions features curation and work by st udents in the Studio program at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

DTEND:20140514 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140502 GEO:43.7835514;-79.1863972 LOCATION:Doris McCarthy Gallery\,University of Toronto Scarborough 1265 Mil itary Trail \nToronto\, Ontario M1C 1A4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Heated Tensions: UTSC Student Exhibition UID:333165 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140502T210000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140502T180000 GEO:43.7835514;-79.1863972 LOCATION:Doris McCarthy Gallery\,University of Toronto Scarborough 1265 Mil itary Trail \nToronto\, Ontario M1C 1A4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Heated Tensions: UTSC Student Exhibition UID:333166 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140607 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.6417293;-79.4027528 LOCATION:Diaz Contemporary\,100 Niagara St. (at Tecumseth) \nToronto\, ON M 5V 1C5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Elizabeth McIntosh UID:333163 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140501T200000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501T180000 GEO:43.6417293;-79.4027528 LOCATION:Diaz Contemporary\,100 Niagara St. (at Tecumseth) \nToronto\, ON M 5V 1C5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Elizabeth McIntosh UID:333164 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Daniel Faria Gallery is pl eased to present Have You Seen This Man\, a solo exhibition by Nad ia Belerique.

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Have You Seen This Man furthers Belerique&rsquo\;s investigation into the moods of space in its physical and psychological occupations. Borrowing from diverse liter ary styles such as poetry\, news headlines and prose\, she translates these languages with varied technologies into an illusory visual installation.\n

Provoking the performativity of object s\, photographs\, objects in photographs and photographs in objects\, the i nstallation beckons\, &ldquo\;Look. Yes\, look again\, and longer this time .&rdquo\; By playing with notions of positive and negative space\, Beleriqu e creates inversions\, resulting in intentional disorientations that compel perceptual reassessments.

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The Ar cher 3 \;depicts a temporal collage of found tape\, acetate and Ru bylith©\;\, an antiquated masking film used in photolithography to edit images prior to their reproduction. Assembled on a digital home-office sca nner\, light skims \;The Archer 3 \;to produce a fixed ima ge. Traces of Belerique&rsquo\;s activity are also revealed\; smears from h er fingertips on the material become suggestive markings. The background be comes a vague gradient\, created by her manipulation of light from the scan ner and the room\, which together act as a surrogate aperture.

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A vast\, off-white rug fills the gallery\, punctu ated by ambiguous steel structures derived from life-sized\, figurative car dboard cutouts. The carpet reveals more markings\, this time from boots\, t rack shoes and heels dipped with Liquid Light©\;\, a light-sensitive em ulsion that\, when exposed to sunlight\, reveals the imprinted activity on the rug. A mystery transpires. The structures\, in their apparent fixity\, remain suspicious.

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Nadia Belerique (b . 1982\, lives and works in Toronto) constructs installations that engage w ith the poetics of perception and asks how images perform in contemporary c ulture. Primarily invested in questions around materiality and dematerializ ation through the illusion of photographs\, her image-based works are often interrupted by sculptural objects. She received her MFA from the Universit y of Guelph\, and has recently exhibited at such venues as Narwhal\, Galler y TPW\, Xpace and Diaz Contemporary in Toronto.

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This is a featured \;exhibition of the \;Scotiabank CONT ACT Photography Festival.

DTEND:20140607 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501 GEO:43.6544397;-79.4426724 LOCATION:Daniel Faria Gallery\,188 St Helens Avenue \nToronto \, ON M6H 4A 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Have You Seen This Man\, Nadia Belerique UID:333161 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140501T200000 DTSTAMP:20140423T184732 DTSTART:20140501T180000 GEO:43.6544397;-79.4426724 LOCATION:Daniel Faria Gallery\,188 St Helens Avenue \nToronto \, ON M6H 4A 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Have You Seen This Man\, Nadia Belerique UID:333162 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR